MarineMax Vacations

Aug 28, 2018

MarineMax Vacations has officially opened their new base at Nanny Cay on the island of Tortola. Located in the British Virgin Islands the new base was developed to further enhance the exceptional experience MarineMax Vacations delivers.

The new Nanny Cay Base makes it easier than ever to launch the perfect personal yacht charter cruise from a convenient and beautiful location. There are plenty of attractions at Nanny Cay. It starts with the beautiful Nanny Cay Resort, where one can relax on the beach, at the pool, or relax at the beachside bar. Other places to see include multiple restaurants, coffee shops, dive center, grocery store, marina, and plenty of water to participate in a plethora of activities. 

A short walk from our new building to the new floating docks make it easy to step aboard your custom power catamaran.  Our building includes comfortable private bathroom and shower stalls, a porch overlooking the marina to relax on as you prepare for your dream vacation and a large room upstairs for large groups of guests to meet with the MarineMax Vacations team and review their itinerary. 

“We are excited to announce that our Nanny Cay Base located on the islands of Tortola has officially opened. This new location will allow our customers to start and end their trip in a location as amazing as all of the ones they will visit during their charter,” explained Raul Bermudez, Vice President MarineMax Charter Division.

This base was built specifically for MarineMax and the location at Nanny Cay Marina was carefully chosen for its close proximity to the ferry docks in Road Town and the large number of amenities and convenient shops housed at Nanny Cay.  

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